18 May 2013: 9:18am
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Swedish energy firm Vattenfall has announced it is paring back its investment in a contentious offshore wind turbine development opposed by US property tycoon Donald Trump.Read
A bidder has been found for the assets of Scottish Coal, which went into liquidation last month.Read
A student has been missing from university for almost two weeks, police said.Read
A woman has died and her daughter is critically ill in hospital after they were found injured at a hotel.Read
Scotland should lead the way in building trust with the damaged banking sector by returning to a traditional system, according to a new blueprint.Read
Resources at the Scottish Government agency that provides financial support for students are "inadequate for the task", a review has concluded.Read
A support package for training in the oil and gas industry has been doubled, the First Minister has announced.Read
A "secret dossier" relating to allegations made against a chief constable has been stolen from Police Scotland's Dundee headquarters, according to a newspaper.Read
Two 16-year-old boys have been arrested in connection with a disturbance during a youth cup final between Celtic and Rangers, taking the total number of arrests to seven.Read
The Scottish Government has paid £3 million for hundreds of life-changing devices for diabetics amid a "disappointing" uptake by health boards.Read
A woman who survived a blaze which killed her husband and two children has told a court she wishes she had never gone to sleep the night her family died.Read
People in Scotland are split over the future of nuclear weapons on the Clyde with almost as many supporters as opponents, a poll suggests.Read
Six employees at Scottish councils have made the top 10 of a UK-wide "rich list" compiled by the Taxpayers' Alliance.Read
Pupils using technology and social media to subject teachers to cyber bullying is a problem which must be confronted head on, a Scottish union leader has said.Read
Golf enthusiasts can now register to get tickets for next year's Ryder Cup.Read
A quarter of Scottish small firms fear they are falling behind competitors in investing in technology, according to new research.Read
Teachers are being treated as "patsies" by governments in negotiations about pensions, a leading union member has warned.Read
Israel's ambassador to Britain has criticised a "truly hurtful" Church of Scotland report which questions assumed Biblical support for the Jewish right to the land of Israel.Read
Tory Euroscepticism is an obstacle to a Europe-wide effort to tackle youth unemployment, according to the Scottish Government.Read
Around one in four people claiming sickness benefits in Scotland have been found "fit to work" by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) following reassessment.Read
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